1969

The wonders of a 1969 Camaro cutaway car – Thomas A DeMauro @Hemmings

An imaginative presentation is essential for drawing attention to a carmaker’s offerings at auto shows, special events, or dealers. Chevrolet’s Show and Display Department took the idea to the extreme when transforming a few early-produced 1969 Camaros into “Double- Header”… Read More ›

Flashy, not fast: The 1969 American Motors Rebel Raider was a limited-run package exclusive to New York and New Jersey dealers – Thomas A. DeMauro @Hemmings

Regional specialty car programs lured curious potential customers into dealer showrooms by promising an exclusive offering, often at a tempting price. Even if consumers didn’t ultimately buy that particular vehicle, it still got them in the door so a savvy… Read More ›

Restored Meadowlark Yellow 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Is The Cream Of The Crop – Brett Foote @FordAuthority

Some early Ford Mustang variants, like the Boss 429, were produced in scant numbers and command big bucks today. The 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 most certainly isn’t one of them, as over 70,000 people checked that particular box in that particular model… Read More ›

The car that started Pro-Touring is going up for a no-reserve auction – Mike Austin @Hemmings

Shameless Hemmings Auction promotion “I was not attempting to create a new genre of cars. I was attempting to harden an old Camaro enough to survive One Lap of America.” Unless you’re already familiar with Mark Stielow’s creations, there’s nothing… Read More ›

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